Full Term Pregnancy: The stage at about 40 weeks after last menstrual period or 38 weeks after conception when the unborn baby is ready for birth.
Last Menstrual Period (LMP): The date when a woman started her last menstrual period before conception.
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This is the point in time from which the pregnancy and the age of the unborn baby are measured.
Our divorce and criminal attorneys represent clients in state courts in Mecklenburg, Catawba, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Stanly and Union Counties as well as in federal courts in North Carolina.
As with most laws, there are restrictions and limitations. On the expungement form, petitioners must include important information pertaining to the conviction, such as the date a petitioner was arrested, the date of said conviction, the date of disposition, the case file number, etc. One of them should be filled out by the petitioner, while the other two should be from two other parties who are not related to the petitioner by either blood or marriage.
The first affidavit submitted by the petitioner should contain information that proves that he or she has not been convicted of any other crimes (besides traffic tickets) since the date of the offense he or she wishes to expunge.
During pregnancy, your body goes through many changes. However, to confirm that you are pregnant, a visit to an appropriate health care provider will be necessary.
Some common symptoms of early pregnancy include a missed period, nausea, breast tenderness, frequent urination, tiredness, and mood swings. Your doctor may request an ultrasound exam to confirm the status of your pregnancy.